One of my projects today was to finally replace my stock speakers with the J&M ones I bought awhile back. Everything went smoothly until I sat on the bike to test them out before putting the fairing back together. Apparently, the J&M's frame isn't quite as thick as the stock ones so when reinstalling the screws, in an attempt to get everything REAL snug and tight so there would be no speaker rattling, the end of the screws poked through the inner fairing by 1/8 inch or so. Just enough to catch your eye and infuriate me! I'll be able to paint them black and I'll bet not one in a hundred people would notice but I'll ALWAYS know they're there, staring at me, mocking me! Lesson learned - when swapping any component out from now on I will hold them side by side and compare dimensions - maybe even slip the screw in for a dry run and measure how much protrudes - that sort of thing. Never assume anything!